Gabriel Jesus outlines Arsenal trophy ambition after £45m move

Gabriel Jesus says his only ambition is to “win everything'” at Arsenal – and not to become the new Thierry Henry.

The 25-year-old joined the Gunners from Manchester City for a fee of £45m on Monday, and will become the club’s first choice centre forward wearing the number nine shirt.

Jesus won 10 trophies during his five-year stay at City – including four Premier League titles – but opted to reunite with Mikel Arteta, a former assistant manager at the Etihad Stadium, at Arsenal after seeing City sign both Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez.

Some have questioned the motives behind Jesus’ decision to move on, particularly as Arsenal are not competing in the Champions League, but the Brazilian has already outlined the influence Arteta had on his decision to depart Manchester.

Now, in an interview with GOAL, Jesus has opened up on the role Edu played in taking him to the Emirates Stadium, his desire to win every trophy possible and write his own name into the Arsenal history books – rather than being dubbed the ‘new’ Thierry Henry.

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